The Sky Is the Limit: Being the Best We Can

Yael Fisher

Abstract


The model of developing excellence in education differentiates between two processes of excellence. The first is a comparable excellence, in which you compare yourself to others and will be referred to in this article as “excellence.” The second is incomparable excellence, in which you develop your own excellence without reference to anything, or to others, and will be referred to in this article as “excel.” This model offers ways for developing incomparable inner excellence, i.e. developing excel.

It is a three-dimensional theoretical model: preconditions of the model, means that enable the development of the students' personal potential and basic assumptions which comprise the model's base.

This paper also reveals the practical aspects of the theoretical model, showing that personal excellence can be developed in each and every student. Developing personal excellence will actually lead to the creation of an excellent society.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v5i4.4810

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